Unless you get paid like Knicks superstar Carmelo Anthony, you can only look at the photos of his New York City condo above and wish you could afford it.
Or, maybe you also recently signed a contractin the neighborhood of $124 million, in which case: Have we got a home for you!
The Post reported earlier this month that Anthony’s rental on New York’s Upper East Side is on the market and will cost $12 million. Here are some of the details of the five-bedroom pre-war condominium from CORE:
“Upon entering from the private elevator landing opening directly into this exceptional 10 room residence you are drawn to the beautifully appointed entertaining space featuring breathtaking romantic Central Park views, lofty ceilings, a gas fireplace, living, dining and library room as well as a versatile den/media room and office space. This residence has been meticulously constructed with plaster coffered ceilings and moldings, solid oak wood floors, solid core doors and recessed LED lighting.”
It’s the perfect place to rest while rehabbing from knee surgery.